05 June 2012

Mozart - Exsultate, Jubilate [King's Consort, Sampson]

EAC | FLAC+CUE, no LOG | Booklet | 288 MB | TT 65:10
Recorded: October 2005, Cadogan Hall, London
Released: February 2006 | Label: HYPERION
Carolyn Sampson (soprano)
The King's Consort
Robert King (conductor)


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DISC OF THE MONTH - BBC Music Magazine
EDITOR'S CHOICE - Gramophone Magazine

'Robert King and his choral and orchestral forces give clean and direct performances in sound that is nicely balanced and benefits from the mellow acoustic of London's Cadogan Hall. The soprano focus of interest is Carolyn Sampson, whose musical sensibility and personality are exceptional … Unreservedly recommended' (BBC Music Magazine)
'What more could you want in these works than a soloist who places every note with joyous precision, moves from one to another so cleanly, and demonstrates at every turn such intelligent but unfussy musicianship? This is a sunny and unpretentious disc which deserves to be among the successes of the Mozart year' (Gramophone)
'This is thrilling music, rousingly performed by the orchestra and chorus. Even better are the central arias, which Carolyn Sampson sings with heart-easing grace and brilliant virtuosity. She is equally fluent in the Exsultate Jubilate! rising up to a top C at the end that will have you cheering from your seat. And she sings both parts of the duet Sub tuum praesidium so beautifully as to still any disquiet at the fakery. Don't miss this' (Classic FM Magazine)
'Sampson confirms her growing reputation in 18th-century music with delectable performances, fresh and limpid of tone, stylish and shapely of phrase. The reams of coloratura in Exsultate jubilate! are truly joyous, not merely accurate … Prompt, polished orchestral playing and first-rate choral singing set the seal on a delightful and enterprising birthday offering' (The Daily Telegraph)
'lustrous and engaging performances' (The Scotsman)
'Sampson's ravishing soprano has all the sparkle and purity this music needs, and the King's Consort under Robert King provides a lively foundation' (The Financial Times)
'Carolyn Sampson gives a characteristically stunning performance, with great drama, vocal flexibility and a wide range of expressive devices...The orchestra plays with great panache and precise articulation... King's choir sings with clarity and jubilation in their brief appearances, and over-all, this recording plays ideal tribute to the early mature sacred works of Mozart written in his late teens and early twenties' (Early Music Magazine)
'these devotional scores are models of understatement. Sampson floats exquisitely through the Agnus Dei of the Coronation Mass, maintains a serene line in Laudate Dominum from the Vespers, unearths two long settings of Regina coeli and indulgently duets with herself in Sub Tuum Praesidium' (The Times)
'Quelle belle surprise! Carolyn Sampson nous livre un CD Mozart qui est non pas un modèle de chaleur, mais un disque très bon gôut, réussi en tout. On admirera aussi la finesse musicale de King, qui ne bouscule jamais le discours et dont les bois enrichessent très bien la palette sonore' (


Regina caeli, K108
1 Movement 1: Regina caeli laetare [2'58]
2 Movement 2: Quia quem meruisti [3'27]
3 Movement 3: Ora pro nobis [5'37]
4 Movement 4: Alleluia [2'51]
Vesperae solennes de Confessore, K339
5 Movement 5: Laudate Dominum [4'21]
6 Sub tuum praesidium, K198 [5'25]
7 Sancta Maria, mater Dei, K273 [3'50]
Exsultate, iubilate, K165
8 Movement 1: Exsultate, iubilate [4'20]
9 Movement 2: Tandem advenit hora [0'47]
10 Movement 3: Tu virginum corona [6'07]
11 Movement 4: Alleluia [2'30]
Missa 'Coronation Mass', K317
12 Movement 5: Agnus Dei [3'41]
Vesperae solennes de Domenica, K321
13 Movement 5: Laudate Dominum [4'27]
Regina caeli, K127
14 Movement 1: Regina caeli laetare [3'24]
15 Movement 2: Quia quem meruisti [3'45]
16 Movement 3: Ora pro nobis [4'45]
17 Movement 4: Alleluia [2'55]

I'm beginning here to resurrect some of the works that "disappeared" from Avax or were "abandoned" from the original uploaders. There's not a real thought behind it, I'm just cleaning up my HDs and following the wind. What I downloaded long ago is flowing back. All credits go to the first uploader. Enjoy...


Esme said...

The FileFactory links lead to another version: Felicity Lott / London Mozart Players / Jane Glover / Regis

GANDALF said...

El disco bajado corresponde con otros intérpretes.

Musica-Sensea said...

The depositfiles link leads also to the link with Felicity Lott. It's another version!

robin said...


Anonymous said...

Que pena! es otro el album, gracias igualmente....

nogrub said...

Idem & idem concerning Filevelocity (sic), Can you please fix this mess.
Have a nice week-end, and thank you
for the download.Roger

Anonymous said...

Ah well, it's a lovely recording. Would be nice to have the other one though :-) Thanks for the upload.

Esme said...

Mozart: Exsultate Jubilate, 7 Arias / Lott, Glover
Release Date: 06/01/2011
Label: Regis
Catalog #: 1357
Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Performer: Felicity Lott
Conductor: Jane Glover
Ensemble: London Mozart Players
Number of Discs: 1
Recorded in: Stereo

Elgatosierra said...

¡Muy buena la broma...! JAJAJA

Anonymous said...

gracias, por subir de nuevo el album "correcto"...saludos

Elgatosierra said...

¡Ah, esta broma me gustó mucho más...! JAJAJA
Muchas gracias por esta maravillosa música en esta magnífica versión.
Salud, paz, sonrisas y muy cordiales saludos.